Student Account Resources for graduate students

We’re here to help you work through the financial aspects of your master’s program.  Complete the Financial Aid process to have any available grants, scholarships and loan options applied to your account.  Read below for payment options.  

The details of your student account and the current balance are available by logging into MyWWC and clicking on the Student Account link. On the left, under My Student Information, click on My Account Balances to see your balance due.  You may also print a statement or make an online payment by credit/debit card or e-check.


For your convenience, you may make payment anytime on MyWWC*
* 2.6% convenience fees apply to credit/debit card payments.  There are no convenience fees to pay by electronic check.  We cannot take credit card payments by phone or at the Student Accounts Office.

You may mail a check or money order to the address below.  To drop off a payment in person, please come to the Student Accounts Window, located in the Ogg Building on central campus.  Payments by check or cash (exact change only) are accepted in person during cashier window hours.

Please note that in order to comply with Federal privacy laws, we are only able to share information with students and their authorized users.


Contact Information:

[email protected]


Mailing Address:

Warren Wilson College
Student Accounts; CPO 6362
P.O. Box 9000
Asheville, NC 28815-9000  


Master's of Fine Arts Program for Writers

MFA Program Charges 23-24

MFA Program Charges 22-23

MFA Program Charges 21-22


Payment Due Dates:

  • MFA Deposits are due in July for the fall session and March for the spring session. The $1,500 deposit is non-refundable
  • July / Fall semester payment due June 30
  • January / Spring semester payment due January 3

MFA students have the option to make payment in two installments, with the first installment due before each semester begins and the second installment due by September 5 for July / Fall semester, and by March 5 for the January / Spring semester.


Master's of Arts Program for Critical and Historical Craft Studies